My experiment tonight (running out of food) was actually really tasty and will be repeated)
Wholegrain sandwiches with low fat cottage cheese, steak and a mixed beans (from a can).
Yeah, good luck with that.
EDITE: Err, what I mean to say is good luck finding something like that... Nevermind.
Your tagline should be "3 Bums Up!"
I make 1lb smoothie specials every morning.
Usually consist of
8-12oz 1% milk, lactose free
Water for the remainder.
Eating a pack of Tuna in a Bag with mayo took 10 mins from start to finish. Eating mixed nuts is the same.
Nut butters with jelly on whole wheat are very quick. Slap, slap, you're done.
You can also do batch cooking and cook, like, a half bag of pasta at the start of the week and just put different sauces on it every day. I have tomato sauce, peanut sauce, oil and garlic, etc. It lasts for a week before it goes bad.
8-12oz 1% milk, lactose free.......
Water for the remainder.
What's left in the milk if you take out the fat and the suger? Aren't you left with white tasteless water? I really can't believe you then dilute it further.
Quickie scrambled eggs: use up to 6 eggs in a glass measuring bowl. For every egg, toss in 2 tbsp of milk, and a shake or two of pepper, salt, and (if you like it) paprika. Toss in a handful of cheese, cook it in the microwave for a bit (about 2-3 min), then eat the sucker.
There's still carbs in the milk. Just not lactose.
The milk tastes fine to me, and the reason I add water is so there's enough fluid to blend the fruit. Otherwise, you get a chopped mush.
Eggs & toast. put the egg on the toast (whole grain) so you don't need a plate. Don't listen to the lies about eggs giving you high cholestorol, I ate 2 eggs every morning for 3 years and my cholestorol levels were perfectly healthy.
Smoothie. Frozen Banana, strwberries, pineapple, mangoes, rasberries, peaches, orange juice. Sometimes add sherbet. Lately have been supplementing with protein powder.
Sandwiches on whole grain bread... Tons of meats and cheese nuff said.
Nothing quicker than a fruit snack, have one of these betwen meals to keep your metabolism peaked.
I buy a huge bag of bulk muslei (@$1.79/lb) that has fruits, nuts, and oats. Mix this other misc. cerals and slices of banana and nonfat plain yogurt and skim milk
My 'standard' dinner/evening meal:
-meat: baked Chicken breast or salmon fillet
-steamed veggies: usually brocoli, bok choy, or zuchinni
-grain: usually rice, pasta, or polenta
-sauce/flavor: teriyaki sauce or soy vey, balsamic vinegar & olive oil, lemon juice & pepper, etc
The whole deal costs about $4 and takes about 20 minutes. Its super healthy and totally delicious.
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